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Insolvency law needs amendment to allow names to be expunged

The controversial Personal Insolvency Act may have to be amended as it does not allow for the names and details of people entering bank deals to be removed from a public register.

20th April, 2013

The controversial Personal Insolvency Act may have to be amended as it does not allow for the names and details of people entering bank deals to be removed from a public register.

An amendment will be made to the Courts Bill 2013 currently going through the Oireachtas to expunge the name, address and date of birth from the public register when the debt has been discharged.

Without the legislation, a permanent 'black mark' would hang over...

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